How do you explain genes and genetics to a six-year-old? Little Letters, the latest book from Dr Tiffany Taylor, is a gentle introduction to the science of genetics for primary school children.
You and your family can join Tiffany on Thursday 7 May from 6.30pm for a live online reading of her latest fun and educational bedtime story, followed by a chance to ask the author your questions.
Register and submit your questions for Tiffany in advance by contacting email@example.com.
Little Letters is the illustrated story of a scientist and her two children who discover a new type of animal, called a Rinkidink, whilst going out for a walk. They take a tuft of its fur to the lab to test its DNA and find out more about it. Using rhyming language, the book explains DNA, genetics and the role of nature and nurture in making each person unique.
The book is the third children’s story written by Dr Tiffany Taylor, Evolutionary Biologist and Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Research Fellow at the Milner Centre for Evolution.
The new book is available for free online and printed copies of the book are available to buy on Amazon.